In Yorkshire, England, early in the following year, filming for Netflix’s biographical picture “Bank of Dave: The Sequel” is expected to start. After fighting London’s affluent financial institutions in the first movie, self-made millionaire Dave Fishwick faces forth against a new and more formidable foe in this sequel: the payday lenders. The logline states that Dave “has to risk everything to take them down and protect some of the most vulnerable members of communities across Britain, including the community bank he founded two years ago, his liberty and, on occasion, even his life.”
For the follow-up, Chris Foggin, who directed the 2023 movie, is directing once more. The 2011 short film “Friend Request Pending,” featuring Judi Dench and Tom Hiddleston, won the director praise from all over the world. “Kids in Love,” “Fisherman’s Friends,” and “This is Christmas” are among his other credits. The sequel was written by the same person who authored the first movie, Piers Ashworth.
In the upcoming movie, Rory Kinnear will play Dave Fishwick again. The actor gained international recognition for his portrayal of Bill Tanner in James Bond flicks like “No Time to Die,” “Quantum of Solace,” “Skyfall,” and “Spectre.” His most recent roles include Geoffrey in “Men,” Captain Nigel Badminton/Admiral Chauncey Badminton in Max’s “Our Flag Means Death,” and Prime Minister Nicol Trowbridge in Netflix’s “The Diplomat.”
The remaining members of the cast are still unknown. Phoebe Dynevor (Alexandra), Joel Fry (Hugh), Jo Hartley (Nicola), Paul Kaye (Rick Purdy), Angus Wright (Clarence), and other actors appear in the 2023 movie.
Since the project is a British production, it is anticipated that the recent SAG-AFTRA strike will not have an impact on its filming. The original film was primarily shot in Bradford, Leeds, and Wakefield, and it was lensed in Yorkshire, the primary filming location. The area served as the backdrop for some of the year’s biggest films, such as “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” and “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One.”
A few months after the original movie’s Netflix launch, in April 2023, the sequel was revealed. “Very exciting news from Netflix today! “The Story of Dave Fishwick Continues!” as Bank of Dave A sequel has been revealed. In real life, the protagonist’s counterpart Fishwick said, “Myself & David H and the team at the Bank of Dave are so excited about working with Netflix again on #BankofDave2.”
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